An Affiliate of the American Public Health Association

Our goal is to help strengthen the state's public health system to improve health, prevent disease and reduce costs for all. We provide a forum for the exchange of public health information.

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We offer both individual and organizational memberships.   

Our benefits include reduced rates at NHPHA sponsored events, our mailings, access to our email list and much more. We increase opportunities to network with others in New Hampshire who are interested in public health.

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We appreciate the generous support of our funders.

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October 24, 2018 | The Hanover Inn |  Hanover, NH |  https://conta.cc/2LfG6N5

Join colleagues from New Hampshire and Vermont for the third year of Team Up Take Action, a conference aimed at cultivating shared learning among public health, health care, and social service sector professionals in order to advance health equity. Health equity is about removing obstacles to health such as discrimination and inadequate access to employment, fair pay, quality education and housing, safe environments and health care. The conference was developed in response to a growing recognition that to truly build health equity an interdisciplinary, coordinated, cross-sector approach is necessary. Team Up Take Action convenes public health, healthcare, and human and social service professionals to build bridges, understand each other's perspectives and learn best practices in cross-sector partnership and teamwork.

Keynote Speaker: Kevin Barnett, DrPH -  "Transformation, Transparency, and the Imperative Alignment"

For more information and to register, click here.

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Rebecca Sky

Rebecca TwoRebecca Sky is an experienced public health leader having spent over twenty years facilitating collaborative efforts to strengthen communities and improve the public’s health. For the past twelve years she has worked at the Foundation for Healthy Communities leading various projects. Currently Rebecca works as on an project seeking to increase access to treatment for people with Opioid Use Disorders. She is working with hospitals in New Hampshire on emergency department initiatives to better connect patients who have overdosed with community-based treatment and services. She is also working with hospitals to embed medication assisted treatment services in hospital-based primary care practices. Rebecca’s past work history with the Foundation included establishing evidence-based community falls prevention programs in NH and co-leading the formation of the NH Health & Equity Partnership, a multi-sectorial, multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural collective impact initiative to advance health and equity in the State of New Hampshire. Prior to the establishment of the Partnership, Rebecca worked on a Cultural Effectiveness and Quality Healthcare project focused on improving access to quality healthcare for New Hampshire’s limited English proficient and deaf and hard of hearing residents. Rebecca previously worked for the American Red Cross and other community-based organizations.

Rebecca holds a BS in Health Policy and Administration from Penn State University and a Masters in Public Health from the University of New Hampshire. She is married and the mother of two sons. She is an avid sports enthusiast and a marathon runner.